Pippa Middleton Recycled A Bridal Accessory She Wore To The Royal Wedding

The 33-year-old rewore an accessory for her wedding she first wore as bridesmaid for her sister's wedding in 2011.


As the old wedding tradition goes, a bride should wear 'something old, something new, something borrowed, something blue' on her wedding day.

And, it appears Pippa Middleton thought her wedding to hedge fund financier James Matthews on Saturday afternoon would be the perfect opportunity to rewear something 'old' she first sported at her sister Kate Middleton's wedding to Prince William in 2011.


On Saturday, the 33-year-old bride stepped out from a vintage car at St Mark's Church in Englefield, England wearing a bespoke Giles Deacon high-neck, lace dress, with a veil that cascaded from her glorious up-do.

However, there was one element of her bridal outfit that might look slightly familiar to royal fans out there.

Yes, that's right – her earrings.

The bride was spotted wearing the same diamond drop earrings by Chelsea-based jeweler Robinson Pelham that she wore as bridesmaid at the royal wedding for her own nuptials, with a matching Robinson Pelham Maidenhair Fern diamond tiara.

According to the Telegraph, the diamond earrings were part of a set of jewellery commissioned by the Middleton family for the Royal wedding, and featured a classic pear-cut diamond drop hanging from a floral motif.

While it has never been confirmed, it is believe Pelham is the same jeweler who designed the art deco-style Asccher-cut diamond ring with which James Matthews proposed.

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